Protista and Fungi (BIO LAB)

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Protista and Fungi (BIO LAB)
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BIOL LAB PROTISTA FUNGI
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  1. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Zoomastigophora
    • Euglenozoan
    • Whip-like flagellum for movement
    • Generally unicellular
    • Heterotrophic-Absorb organic molecules or phagocytize prey
    • (Trypansoma gambiense)
  2. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Ciliphora
    • -Alveolates
    • -Move via synchronous motion of cilia
    • -Phagocytic
    • Two nuclei, macronuclei (everyday function), micronuclei (conjugation)
    • (Paramecium caudatum)
  3. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Dinoflagellata
    • Major component of phytoplakton-red tide
    • Cell surface reinforced by cellular plates
    • (Peridinium)
  4. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Bacillariophyta
    • Stramenophiles
    • Component of fresh and salt water plankton
    • Cell wall composed of silica
    • (Diatom frustules)
  5. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Phaeophyta
    • Stramenophile
    • Brown algae
    • Largest, most complex algae
    • Multicellular
    • (Sargassum)
  6. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Rhizopoda
    • Amoebozoan
    • Move via pseudopodia (cellular extension)
    • No fixed body shape
    • No shell
    • (Amoebae proteus)
  7. Kingdom Protista
    Phylum Myxomycota
    • Amoebozoan
    • Plasmodial slime mold
    • (Physarum polycephalum)
  8. Kingdom Protista
    Division Chlorophyta
    • Green algae
    • Ancestor of plants
    • (Ulva)
    • (Spirogyra)
    • (Chlamydomonas)
  9. Kingdom Fungi
    Division Zygomycota
    • Bread mold
    • Sexual and asexual reproduction
    • (Rhizopus stolinifer)
  10. Kingdom Fungi
    Division Ascomycota
    • Multi or unicellular
    • Contain ascocarps (fruiting structures)
    • (Saccharomyces cervisiae)
  11. Kingdom Fungi
    Division Basidiomycota
    • Club fungi-club shape spore producing structure
    • Mushrooms, puffballs, shelf fungi
    • (Coprinus)
  12. Lichens
    • Symbiotic relationship between fungi and algae
    • Algae provides food and fungi provides environment

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